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and. the old saying i and the rest. will be every week. fighting in eastern ukraine leaves the city of slovyansk with no water or electricity and almost all its hospitals closed while the president's repeated fouls of a cease fire are yet to be fulfilled. and private help iraq's asking the u.s. to carry out airstrikes against sunni insurgents as jihadists are taking control of the first the pace than even the american troops managed during the two thousand and three invasion. plus the other russian president's left red faced after alexander lukashenko falls victim to a phone prankster pretending to be the son of ukraine's ousted president.
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of you're watching. mute fire on the outskirts of. the army have left it powerless. artillery fire knocked out water and electricity supplies will say almost all the hospitals are being closed while i'm bill and says run out of petrol and it is all making life difficult for the locals so. you could then you would not. let these. girls where you're going to go you're going to go. and this all comes as ukraine's president petro poroshenko prominent is
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a ceasefire he said it will be brief but enough time to allow anti government forces to lay down their arms it's not the first time poroshenko has promised to put an end to the bloodshed since he was elected by in may on the very day of the vote he said his first presidential visit would be to the restive done yet squeegee didn't happen he went to poland to meet barack obama instead pledged to bring peace and put an end to the firing many times and promised to bring about a ceasefire at least twice because the new york log believes that the violence will continue with the president using the truce to buy time so he can press for. so-called terrorists in the east so it has a lot to plan the fact is they haven't been able to gain control of our country. they're far from back.
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killed near the city of lugansk. two members of a t.v. crew have died when they came under artillery shelling the bodies arrived earlier today ukrainian investigators blame the attack on anti government forces but out is not the pitcher outlined by the only survivor of the assault the cruise cameraman. and he said it was a targeted attack by ukraine's national guard the killings triggered an international response the reporters without borders confirmed the two saying that they have put the total number of journalists killed while covering here's military operation to five ukraine's envoy to the un though said the russian journalists
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killed was standing near self-defense forces had no press markings and therefore to blame for the tragedy themselves. in other news iraq has urged the u.s. to launch air strikes against isis militants who seized a large part of the country they are the ones that we have marked here in red washington's already carrying out airborne surveillance the hardest have been closing in on baghdad since taking the country's second largest city more than a week ago the closest they've come so far though to the capital was on monday that was in an attack on the city of baquba that we've marked here for you it's very close to sixty kilometers in fact away from baghdad however soldiers managed to repel that particular offensive and what you can see coming up now will be recent footage from the northern city of by sea where insurgents tried to seize iraq's biggest all refinery however government forces fought them off there as well and in
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between taking major city after another isis is put together a glowing report outlining the group's achievements but if you go to school off explain. fifteen thousand fighters ten thousand operations in iraq one thousand assassinations and all last year alone these state of iraq and syria and now normally more notoriously as isis has been slicing through iraq or being closer and closer to baghdad and they're running a slick modern p.r. campaign. to even publishing an official report of their activities using computer generated graphics it paints a clear picture of the terror organization including the types and amounts of weapons they use their strategy details of operations and targets former intelligence officers claim it produces its press releases like a giant corporation trying to create an image of a world structured disciplined and effective organization or to attract funding but their actions speak loudly too as isis fighters have almost to reach the iraqi
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capital killing scores of people along the way in just around seven b. well during the u.s. led invasion of the country it took the allied forces twenty two days to reach baghdad also a goal of isis is to create a new islamic state merging parts of iraq and syria into one now it's believed that the movement grew out of al qaeda in iraq emerging from the cast of the two thousand and three invasion to day it has fifteen thousand fighters most of whom are thought to be from neighboring middle eastern countries but around two thousand are believed to have come from europe including britain isis has also become known for extreme brutality including widespread beheadings and crucifixions most of its funding is traced to southeast asia particularly indonesia because she would the biggest muslim population on earth would fall in the arrest of high profile jihad is there it's that extremists are now turning their attention to the conflicts in iraq and syria while baghdad may have officially asked for help u.s.
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defense officials are reportedly lacking intelligence information in order to carry out precise airstrikes defense analyst ivan eland says that getting involved iraq again would be a major blow to america's federal budget. but providing more weapons to the iraqi military i think would be a nightmare they have to the weapons of already ended up in the isis hands a least a lot of weapons have so then you have the other thing is a good be a ground campaign or it could be a full fledged air campaign and the economic consequences of course all that costs money and the united states is already has a seventeen trillion dollar debt and i think we're already overextended around the world and to get back into iraq is going to cost more money and more billions and i think as i say the american people are tired of not only the lives lost american lives overseas in these places but also the money spent you know they've spent trillions in iraq already. if you had to all website you can follow along.
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towards buying down as well as the international reaction to the insurgency. spain is crowning a new king today we'll take a look at what the change of sun really means for the spanish people and whether the new moniker has enough strength to withstand the challenges he faces in the cash strapped country. the interview.
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dramas that try to be ignored to. stories others used in the. sixty's changing the world right. to take your. own dinner from around the. globe. with a bang you're watching r t international next for you this hour it seems that even presidents are not immune to prank phone calls the leader of the roofs received
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a call from somebody he believes was the son of ukraine's ousted president viktor young and covert the conversation featured promises of political asylum and extravagant treats it isn't clear though who leaked the embarrassing phone call i t's got if you count as more of a russian prankster who goes by the name of von brunn rang up the administration of the president of bellows and introduced himself as the son of victor conte which the ousted president of ukraine got to talk to the bell russian president alexander look i should think himself during the conversation the princess suggested that his father may have to move to bellows because there's a chance he could be handed over to key if one pretended to be worried that the current authorities in kiev may not treat the ousted president well the belorussian president will never shies away from using colloquial language in public was even more candid during what he thought was a private conversation. problem that you know which an important news should push
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push it where it will stop the story well but when you put two other shows. then the person of bellows showed a great deal of hospitality inviting the ousted ukrainian president and his family to stay in bellows yes or courtship for a year could globalist broke the reporter over universal. wish him just thank him pranks divonne offered the president the gift movement but they hope to look at the book to move. but. if you do they could begin to believe most of you who sure. they're talking about the golden loaf that was found in the residence of the ousted ukrainian president many treasures were found there well anyway the president of bellows seems to have bought every bit of that prank and he's now angry alexander lukashenko gave his security service a week to track down the russian prankster or els he said he would send the head of
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his security service to prepare quote feed for cattle. but the prankster duped not just the belorussian president and his administration but also those who had apparently hacked into the phone call decided it was the real thing and leaked it before the prankster himself revealed the truth about one suspects that it could be the ukrainian intelligence service it's no secret intelligence services spy on world leaders we remember who tapped angle of merkel's phone they may have some interesting bits of leaders private chat in their collection but probably not a prank like this. so to come for you here on r t international julian a soldier marks two years in limbo and take a look back at the achievements of the chief of the wiki leaks his and reveal why british authorities spent thousands of pounds on round the clock surveillance of
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the small building where he's holed up. next security in spain's capital is on the highest alert it has been for years with the new monarch being crowned today and what we can see now live pictures of the festivities taking place in madrid the new king has been sworn in as the lead paid the sixth and it's now delivering a speech as we can see to the lower house of parliament the incoming king who takes over the throne from his father while loss and with europe's old royals been consigned to the history books the outgoing king juan carlos well he was one of the most colorful crowned personas a gifted sailor is shown in the one nine hundred seventy two olympics this of other military coup back in the eighty's he went on t.v. in full army uniform and ordered troops back to their bases not many royals would pose for a photo having shot dead an elephant while on safari in africa or as a keen motorcyclist people were said to like imagining their king is
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a must ride or helping those stranded on remote roads but what many will no doubt remember most is the time here the late venezuelan president hugo chavez to literally shut up. some of us. supports. the good thing for a night out on the airlock and then. as we continue to see pictures of the new king addressing parliament r.t. spanish correspondent bruce your sig go over and the host of in the now and he said now way they spoke more about what spaniards really think about the royals. do people in spain care well definitely people in spain in spain care and that's why thousands of people took on the streets to the streets recently i mean people actually wanted to have a referendum they really wanted to decide whether they wanted
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a king stealing in spain or they just wanted the keen to be out for ever so that was the main concern is a monarchy kind of state or going back to a republic because it's an expensive image to hold up oh yes definitely is these house these royal house is going to cost the zero twenty fourteen almost eight million euros that's what's going to coast to maintain all the royal family some people who appreciate the royal family all those people who are very conservative. so basically very religious very thought leg that's a profile of people who support the monarchy right now nowadays in spain on the other side you have the press recently there was a case of censorship even in one of the most popular satirical magazines in spain it depicted king juan carlos passing the crown crown of it surely to prince philip it but this wasn't printed i assume on the internet there was
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a lot of oh yeah. and also several cartoonist of these magazine resigned and they just released today a book again the morning. well there are plenty of stories for you on a website check them out including the outraged environmentalist and you see that is up to the government long since oil and gas drilling in the world ravaged gulf in sanctuary the full story in just a click away for you. want to check this story out double trouble on french roads and it is not just being caught on speed cameras that could land you fine but also sharing the location of the devices via social networks full details of the controversial legislation can be found on a website. right to see. first street. and i think picture.
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on our reporter's twitter. instagram. i think. we're going to go did you know the price is the only industry specifically mentioned in the constitution and. that's because a free and open press is critical to our democracy back albus. in fact the single biggest threat facing our nation today is the corporate takeover of our government and across several it's been hijacked why handful of trans national corporations they will profit by destroying what our founding fathers once it's all just my job market and on this show we reveal the big picture of what's actually going on in the world we go beyond identifying the problem the truck rational
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debate and a real discussion critical issues facing up to find a job ready to join the movement then walk away there are. plenty. wiki leaks chief join in a song she's marking his second anniversary holed up inside the ecuadorian embassy in london despite his self-imposed incarceration there's been no sawing of the whistleblower raising the white flag indeed he's promised another massive leak of information has more. step out of one of the world's most famous department stores and there's always a policeman nearby they're not worried about shoplifters but the perpetual presence
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of one man inside that building is two years since julian a son sought refuge in london's ecuadorian embassy inside the bottom floor flat in this red brick mansion in that time the wiki leaks editor in chief has still managed to run for the australian senate and become the subject of a hollywood film he's also had to share the title of the world's most famous whistleblower programmes last year two years inside the building for a son also means two years camped outside it for the london's metropolitan police the bill for guarding that door in case a son should ever emerge is something like eleven thousand pounds a day the ecuadorian ambassador admits his nonpaying tenant is suffering but sweden won't give assurances that whistleblower won't be extradited to the us if he travels to stockholm for questioning over allegations of sexual assault which means the i.q. dorian ambassador isn't ruling out the possibility his unlikely houseguest could be
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rattling around inside that building for the rest of his life reporting from london i'm poly boy came. during a. two years of confinement she's going to go to the u.s. authorities well expressing support for fellow whistleblower edward snowden the wiki leaks that if you're in chief still has a lot of supporters you can count on and one of the. previously gave refuge to be australian. of course it occurred to me that there may be one day consequences for me and my family but. i haven't actually i'm not a whistleblower i have supported whistleblowers but i haven't actually whistleblower i'm a journalist i think that you have to take some risks for what you believe in there has been a very well funded attempt to discredit and and make life difficult for whistleblowers and you're going to start and we could leaks and there's the in the sort of dark
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marketing campaign against them that's been a massive clearly this needs resolution i mean dreams of being you know hasn't had any sunlight or fresh air for two years and i think it's cruel it's hard to see how any change can happen because the british government seem determined to continue spending all this money to sort of maintain a guard on the remember. in the u.s. three convicts of now been put to death using lethal injection and that is despite the continued controversy over the effectiveness of the drugs being used and the real execution by homer convert an hour to die and out of drugs the details including the composition of the drugs and if they'd ever been tested are being kept secret first. because it would kill u.s. troops in the region. elsewhere libya's authorities of condemned the u.s. for snatching this suspected leader of a deadly attack on the american embassy in benghazi tripoli described the arrest as
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a violation of its sovereignty it also demanded that the captured man be returned to libya and tried their souls in september of two thousand and twelve. block or her arm the military discovered the militant i'm among five hundred other travelers who been detained in the country south the nigerian authorities are ramping up their efforts to combat the islamist group which is admitted carrying out many recent killings and kidnappings. unstirred but it. should but.
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if. he sees this video. given that he's going to anything. on t.v. .
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welcome to the kaiser report i max kaiser a target i may it's going to mean it's not going to. yeah also talking to a jogger may sorry for a moment there i thought i was janet yellen thinking the rising markets were talking to me when tracked she is the markets stacey yes well max of course the central bankers are supposed to be the regulators cleaning up the scum off the wall street but in fact they are the crazy people looking in the mirror shouting at themselves and this has come into full light this past week cluster of central banks have secretly invested twenty nine trillion dollars in the market another conspiracy because conspiracy fact is the f.t. reports a cluster of central bank going investors have become major players on world equity markets the report to be published this week by the official monetary and financial
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institutions form confirms twenty nine point one trillion dollars in market investments held by four hundred public sector institutions in one hundred sixty two countries which could potentially contribute to quote overheated asset prices well this is confirmation of what we've been saying that the money velocity is historic lows that is the same money is not circulating through the economy so not being loaned out it's not being real loaned out the fractional reserve system is not really kicking in there's been no growth despite the trillions of dollars of money printing people ask where is that money gone well according to what you just said the money is printed by the sense of it goes to people like hank paulson or john paul or a hedge fund manager or it's a gift from the central bank they print hundreds of billions of trillions and they buy stocks the state that to be rich is to be virtuous.
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